Pepper Plants  are a New World food, first noted by Europeans during
Columbus’ voyage to the West Indies. Peppers were also found in
abundance across South America, Central America, and Mexico.

Pepper plants for sale can be split into two groups: sweet and hot. The
second group of pepper plants for sale may also be referred to as Chiles or
chili peppers.

Of the sweet peppers, the bell pepper is most easily recognized. These may
be green or red, and newer variants can be yellow or multi-colored.

Rating:

Hot peppers are generally classed by their degree of heat. In 1912,
Wilbur Scoville created a rating system for the heat of peppers.
Sweet varieties rate zero .
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Harvest:
Harvest Sweet peppers when they reach the preferred size or color. If you
like green peppers, go ahead and pick them at any time. The more you
pick, the more the plant will set. They will not reach their full color until fully
ripe. If you prefer ripe peppers, you will have to wait longer and you will
get fewer peppers, which is why they cost so much more in the store.

Cutting is the best method of harvesting peppers. You can snap the stem
off the plant, but very often you'll take the whole branch with you.
Soil
All peppers plants for sale, not just a red pepper plant, like soil to
be warm. Growing red bell peppers in soil that is about 65 – 75
degrees F. Is optimal. In the spring, try using clear plastic to heat
the soil up before you plant your red pepper plant outside. Once
the soil reaches the optimal temperature, add mulch to keep the
temperature of the soil from heating up too much in hot weather.

Pests:
Plant natural barriers garlic, Penny royal  and marigolds and keep
the pests put of your garden all season.

Fertilize:
Fertilize regularly. Growing red bell peppers need lots of
phosphorus, magnesium and calcium. Regular feeding will make
sure that all of these nutrients are there.

Watering:
Water regularly. Watering your plants is very important.
Inconsistent watering can damage the health and the ability of a
red pepper plant to produce and ripen fruit. When you are
growing red bell peppers, make sure that the ground stays moist
all the time.

Mystery:
The mystery of how to grow red peppers is not really a mystery
at all. The secret to how to grow red peppers is patience more
than anything. If you find that you are unable to resist the tasty
green fruit on the plant but you would still like to get red peppers,
harvest the younger peppers and let the older pepper mature to
their tasty red goodness.
The popular green and red bell pepper plants for sale that we see
in supermarkets are actually the same thing; the red peppers
have just been allowed to mature on the plant longer, changing
color and also gaining a higher content of Vitamin C.
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1. Finding a good location to  plant your new Pepper Plants   
outside and prepare the soil.

2.  Bell peppers need lots of nitrogen, potassium and       
phosphorus. The area should be well-drained and receive lots of
sun. Prepare the soil by adding good topsoil, compost and rotted
manure. You want a pH level around 7.0 (neutral).



3. Rake the soil, removing large rocks and level it out as you go.

4. Plant 18 - 24 inches apart. Dig a small hole, about 2 inches deep.

5. Gently but firmly grasp the Pepper Plant by the base of the stem
and lift it out (dirt and all) from the  container.  Place the root base
of the Pepper Plant (with dirt still around it) into the hole. Add about
1 inch of water into the hole, and fill in with soil, patting firmly
around the base of the pepper plant , tamping it securely into the
ground.

6. Surround each plant with mulch to retain moisture - warmth.

Fertilizer:

7. To improve the quality of your peppers, place a small amount of
fertilizer around each plant early in the growing season. Place the
fertilizer about 4 inches from the stem and add water to work it into
the soil.
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